The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1966 · Page 5
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Algeria, (la.) Upper DCS Molne* fuMcfay, February 8, 1966 Rake Tumbles Satellites In State Line FENTON — Four cagers In double figure scoring, two of them with 20 points or more, led the way for Rake as the Sentral Satallites fell to the Tigers 79-67 in State Line Conference play here Tuesday night. John Hagedorn copped scoring honors for Rake and for the game with 26 points, Gary Wirtjes chalked up 20 markers while George tallied 13 counters and Roger Hove contributed a dozen points for the Tigers of Rake. For Sentral, Dennis Uthof set the pace with 24 points follow* ed by Al Marlow who chipped in 14 markers. RAKE (79) FG FT PF 'IT? Wirtjes 76 3 20 Rye 6 1 4 13 Hagedorn 7 12 4 26 Winter 5 2 4 12 Hove 1032 Anderson 0 2 02 Johnson 2014 TOTAL 28 23 19 79 SENTRAL (67) FG FT PF TP Elmers 4058 Collins 4048 Uthof 9652 Marlow 4 6 2 14 DeSart 2236 Kerber 05 5 5 Dacken 1-002 TOTAL 24 19 24 67 Lakota Sweeps Twin Bill -Sweep- Ing a pair of State Line games Tuesday night, the Lakota girls defeated the Lincoln-Central girls 78-49. In second game, action, Lakota nipped the Hawks 65-64. Sue Karels provided the offensive spark for Lakota as she scored 41 points on 14 field goals and 13 free throws. Lakota held a 39-19 lead at the end of •the first half. Lakota outscored Lincoln-Central 39730 in the second half of action.JoAnne Junkermeier added 18 points for Lakota. Mary Justus scored 31 points for Lincoln-Central with Susan Roll adding 16 points. to second game play, Lakota went ahead 22-13 In the first quarter and then lead 4234 at the end of the first half. Lincoln-Central began to rally in the third quarter to cut the Lakota lead to six points. Lakota hung on in the final quarter to edge the Hawks by one point. Lincoln - Central outscored Lakota 17-12 in the final quarter. Dean Koppen hit 19 points to lead Lakota with Mark Hamilton adding 17 points. Larry Hippen scored 10 points, 'Tom Weber was high scorer, for the game with 25 points. Larry. Brlx scored; :17T points with,' Thlel.. adding; .4 uj points. LAKOTA BOYS (65) FG FT PF TP Hlppen 4 2 4 10 Hamilton 5 7 1 17 Junkermeier 2337 Sleper 2054 Smldt 2034 Kroming* 2 03 4 Koppen 7 5 5 19 TOTAL 24 17 24 65 LAKOTA GIRLS (78) FG FT PF TP Karels Junkermeier Boyd Leonard Johnson Rusher Hertzke Christ Sheldahl Sleper TOTAL 14 8 3 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 31 13 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 1 4 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 5 18 41 18 6 U 0 0 0 0 2 0 78 Conference Standings NORTH CENTRAL Clttr Like .... Atgona v. . Clarion Humboldt Iowa Falls . . . Webster City . . Hampton Eagle Grovt . NORTH Gtldfitld ftckwell fcAL B>one V*1ley .. LtfVerne Sheffield Klemme Ventura jyieservey-Thorn Corwlth-Wetley Kanawha ..11 1 .... 2 .... S .... t .... e .... 8 .... 9 ....2 10 STAR ....• 1 ....8 1 ....7 2 ...7 2 ....5 4 ....4 5 ....4 5 ....3 6 ...27 ....1 8 ....09 .917 .818 .545 .500 .454 .385 .250 .147. .900 .889 .778 .778 .555 .444 .444 .333 .222 .111 .000 STATE LINE (boys) 8 1 Amstrong ........ 8 1 Swee City ......... 8 1 Ringstead ......... 7 3 Thompson ......... 5 4 Ukota ............ 5 4 Titonka ............ 3 t Rake ............... 3 6 Lincoln Central ....27 Sentral ..... .... ...1 8 Burt ......... ..... 09 (girls) Hkota ............ 7 0 Sontral ............ « 1 Burt ............... 5 2 Titonka ............ 5 2 Armstrong ........ 4 3 L«»yard ........... 25 Thompson ......... 2 6 Uncoin Central ... 2 6 Ringsted .......... 0 8 Walk on the left side of the highway facing oncoming traffic. .889 .889 .889 .700 .555 .555 .333 .333 .222 .111 .000 1.000 .857 .714 .714 .571 .286 .250 .250 .000 Swea City Rally Tips Titonka by 5 SWEA CITY - The Swea City Trojans made a fourth quarter comeback here Tuesday night to edge Titonka 52-47 in State Line Conference ptay. Titonka held a 17-11 margin at the first stop, and at halftime it was 26-26. Titonka led by one point, 37-36, at the end of the third period but Swea City outscored the Indians 16 to ten in the final period to win the contest. Tom Elliott copped scoring honors for the victorious Tor- Jans, with 15 points and Mike Hazelhoff chipped In ten counters for Swea City. Titonka had two cagers In double figure scoring. Roger Acker man tallied 15 points and George Pommer chalked up 14 markers. TTTONKA (47) FG FT PF TP Ackerman 7 1 3 15 Jamsen 2458 Thomas 1254 Hike 0202 Rafdal 2034 Pommer 7 0 4 14 TOTAL 19 9 20 47 SWEA CITY (52) FG FT PF TP Hazelhott 3 4 1 10 Elliott 5 5 4 15 Skaar 2024 Peterson 3329 Larsen, L. 0151 Anderson 4129 Larsen, J. 2014 TOTAL 19 14 17 52 Titonka 17 9 11 10 47 Swea City 11 15 10 16 58 BANCROFT- EMMETSBURG CATHOLIC AT BANCROFT. VARSITY: Bancroft St. John's 84, Emmetsburg Catholic 62, Scoring: Bob Hatten (B) 21, John Brown (EC) 18. Losers' record now 7-9. JUNIpR VARSITY: Bancroft St. John's 58, Emmetsburg Cathr olic 33. Ledyard Cagers Sweep Ringsted RINGSTED - With five girls In double figures, Ledyard swept to a 82-46 victory over Ringsted. In the boys game, Ledyard downed Ringsted 8565 in Sta^e Line action Tuesday night. Ringsted was held to four points in the fourth quarter with Ledyard scoring 26 points. Ledyard led at the end of the first half 45-19. In second half action, Ledyard outscored Ringsted 37-28 to help build its winning margin. Eugenia Klocke led the double figure scoring with 23 points. Ranae Lloyd scored 17 points with Shirley Menke adding 16 points. Morma Watson was high for Ringsted with 29 points. Ledyard swept to a 41-31 lead at the end of the first half. Ledyard outscored Ringsted 44 to 34 in the second half. Ron Johnson was high for Ledyard .with 16 points. Eugene Dontje and Craig Lloyd added 14 points apiece. Greg Hansen, Charles Jensen and Richard Johnson scored 12 points apiece for Ringsted. LEDYARD GIRLS (82) FT PF TP CORWITH-WESLEY- GOLDftELD AT COR WITH BOYS: Goldfidd 73, Corwith* Wesley 47. Scoring: Lance Lar- Schroeder Klocke Lloyd Menke Macldnner Beck Johnson, M. ThUges Johnson, C. Blome Johnson, J. TOTAL FG 5 6 7 8 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 35 2 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 3 23 1 17 0 16 3 0 0 10 1 1 2 3 2 5 4 0 0 0 12 22 82 RINGSTED GIRLS (47) Watson Sorenson Jensen Anderson Johnson Ellerston Fisher Nlelson TOTAL FG FT PF TP 7 15 0 29 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 3 1 1 LEDYARD BOYS (85) Johnson, R. Berg Lloyd, R Dontje Bartolo Lloyd, C. Govern Johnson, A; Mayne Logeman Johnson, B. TOTAL FG 7 3 4 6 0 4 1 4 1 1 2 33 FT PF TP 2 1 16 0 7 4 10 2 14 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 6 0 2 2 0 1 024 19 19 85 2 14 2 2 10 5 4 2 RINGSTED BOYS (65) FG FT PF TP Hansen 5 2 1 12 Pelterson 3248 Jensen 1 10 5 12 Johnson 6 0 3. 12 Miller 5 1 4 11 Fisher, J. Olll Pederson 2115 Reed 1204 Hanson 0010 TOTAL 23 19 20 65 ALGONA ENDS WED., FEB. 9 «on (G) 30, Doug De Grote (CW) 17. Ooldfleld led at halftime 37-19. Goldfldd Is now 15-2 for the tec*m, Corwith- Wesley tl M6. GIRLS: CortWth- Wesley -60, Goldficld 36. Scoring: Darlerie. Fox (CW) 18, Emmy Carlson (G) 11. Corwith-Wesley led at halftime 27-14. Corwlth Wesley is now 9-9 for the season. 15 17 12 47 HELD OVER BIG WEEK! APPEARING NIGHTLY _. A <r. ifrtyvfrA. **tf ON HIGHWAY 169 HUMBOLDT, IOWA NEXT TO JOHNNY'S STEAK HARBOR "Minimum tillage may */ be the answer! I'll find out at the Clinic!" DON'T MISS IT! CORN SOYBEAN CUNIC! Wednesday, Feb. 9 V.F.W, Hall, Algona 9 to 12 - 1 to 3:30 Lunch Served at Noon GET EXPERT ADVICE ON: Narrow Row Planting Minimum Tillage Boosting Net Income How Champions Harvest • Cutting Harvest Losses • Planting and Weed/ Insect Control • What the Future Holds This could easily be the most profitable day you've had for a long time—when • you'll learn about methods that can double or triple your net return per acre! Not just theory, but proved , performance you can put right into J practice this year. See you there! AUIS-CHALMKR* MEIER IMPLEMENT CYLINDER, IOWA

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